Whole Earth Peanut Butter Organic Smooth & Crunchy NAS or High Oleic 340g, Instore & Online £2 - Tesco
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Whole Earth Peanut Butter Organic Smooth & Crunchy NAS or High Oleic 340g, Instore & Online £2 - Tesco

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Found 13th MayEdited by:"LukeBos"
Reduced from £3, I bought in store (Hoyland, Barnsley) where they only had crunchy on offer but it's online as well and they have smooth NAS or crunchy NAS and High Oleic on offer.
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Does this have palm oil in?
LukeBos29 m ago

Yes it does.



Which is a real shame, especially as it's unnecessary.
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RUSSt29 m ago

£1.89 @ B & M …£1.89 @ B & M https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/whole-earth-crunchy-peanut-butter-340g-189-b-m-2939335


That's a good deal but it's not the organic one.
everypennycounts5 h, 38 m ago

Does this have palm oil in?



Read this first.

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Here at Whole Earth we take environmental and social matters very seriously and want to help protect our planet. We only use 100% sustainable palm oil that has no impact on the environment, local people or local habitats.

We have created this page to help simplify the complex nature of the palm oil debate. We hope it will explain why we are supporting sustainable palm oil and you will find it useful.

If you would like more information we have included some
helpful links at the bottom of this page.


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wholeearthfoods.com/pal…il/
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From another thread about this brand of peanut butter:

Here’s what Rainforest Rescue has to say about sustainable palm oil, such as that used by Whole Earth,

What about sustainable palm oil (RSPO)?

Major palm oil producers and consumers established
the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) in cooperation with the
WWF. Members include Wilmar International, Cargill, Nestle and Unilever,
and the label association is chaired by a senior executive of the
Unilever Group (Dove, Knorr, Rama, etc.), one of the world’s biggest
purchasers of palm oil that consumes an annual 1.4 million tons. The aim
of the industry label is to promote the production and sale of palm oil
even further and restore its social acceptability.

The RSPO does not rule out the clearing of rainforest. Only primary
and “high conservation value” (HCV) forests have been considered
off-limits for palm oil plantations under the label since November 2005.
An internationally recognized definition of HCV areas has not been
established, however, and the transitions between primary and secondary
rainforests are blurred in practice.

Most of the social aspects that have been defined by the RSPO are
general principles and human rights, the compliance with which should be
self-evident. Nevertheless, farmers and indigenous people are displaced
from their lands, threatened and arrested if they resist the land
grabs. Compliance with the criteria is not reviewed adequately, and
violations are rarely punished. Wilmar, the world’s leading palm oil
company, is involved in 100 land conflicts and human rights violations
in Indonesia alone. Sinar Mas, another major RSPO player, has cleared
tropical rainforest all over the country for its palm oil plantations,
and is still expanding rapidly.

Climate protection is a consideration that the RSPO ignores
completely. Greenpeace International considers RSPO to be “little more
than greenwash”. In our view, the label essentially deceives the public.
patrick_00022 m ago

From another thread about this brand of peanut butter:Here’s what R …From another thread about this brand of peanut butter:Here’s what Rainforest Rescue has to say about sustainable palm oil, such as that used by Whole Earth,What about sustainable palm oil (RSPO)?Major palm oil producers and consumers established the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) in cooperation with the WWF. Members include Wilmar International, Cargill, Nestle and Unilever,and the label association is chaired by a senior executive of the Unilever Group (Dove, Knorr, Rama, etc.), one of the world’s biggest purchasers of palm oil that consumes an annual 1.4 million tons. The aimof the industry label is to promote the production and sale of palm oileven further and restore its social acceptability.The RSPO does not rule out the clearing of rainforest. Only primary and “high conservation value” (HCV) forests have been considered off-limits for palm oil plantations under the label since November 2005.An internationally recognized definition of HCV areas has not been established, however, and the transitions between primary and secondary rainforests are blurred in practice.Most of the social aspects that have been defined by the RSPO are general principles and human rights, the compliance with which should beself-evident. Nevertheless, farmers and indigenous people are displacedfrom their lands, threatened and arrested if they resist the land grabs. Compliance with the criteria is not reviewed adequately, and violations are rarely punished. Wilmar, the world’s leading palm oil company, is involved in 100 land conflicts and human rights violations in Indonesia alone. Sinar Mas, another major RSPO player, has cleared tropical rainforest all over the country for its palm oil plantations, and is still expanding rapidly.Climate protection is a consideration that the RSPO ignores completely. Greenpeace International considers RSPO to be “little more than greenwash”. In our view, the label essentially deceives the public.


The WWF are involved with RSPO. Who are Rainforest Rescue in reality? They don't even have a varified Twitter account
This is unbearable to eat
I had another type subbed for this smooth one.. and it was one of the nicest peanut butters i've had, i eat it spoon fulls when hungry lol.
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